BIDDULPH MANSIONS, MAIDA VALE
Harcourt Terrace was a refurbishment project of a one bedroom apartment in Chelsea. The brief of the Project was to create an open-plan kitchen and living room area, as well as upgrade the whole look of the flat to a warm modern and minimalistic one.
Ensuite bathroom was enlarged and finished in grey and warm grey tones. Floor was tiled with concrete effect porcelain tiles, walls in wet areas with light grey micro mosaics and basin shelves were made to order from Carrara marble. Sanitaryware was ordered in stainless steel matt finish. Mirror above the basin was designed and built with concealed storage and LED lighting on the sides.
Master bedroom features a large bespoke wardrobe with two flush sliding doors. Flush sliding doors system allows easy access to the storage, as well as highlights the desired minimalistic look. Bed, bedside tables and lamps were chosen in dark grey and black colours to add a modern industrial touch.
Kitchen cabinets in matt white finish were imported from Italy and finished with white matt quartz worktop and white glass splashback. Kitchen breakfast bar top was made in matching living room joinery wooden veneer.
Living room joinery was custom designed and built using silver birch wooden veneer and grey spray painted metal pieces. Furniture for the flat was selected in white and grey colour scheme to follow the concept of simple minimalism. White concrete dining table and coffee table, as well as white metal dining chairs give a subtle industrial touch to the space. Light pre-oiled engineered wooden floor was fitted throughout the apartment.
Enlarged and finished in grey and warm grey tones.
Minimalistic and bright ensuite bathroom
Bedroom in soft industrial style
Warm minimalistic kitchen
Concrete dining table
Bespoke TV unit designed for the Project